Swedish photographer Mathias Sterner has a very intricate to shoot his food still life. Captured in a dark, baroque style ambience, Sterner’s compositions are perfect and looks more like fine art than food photography.
Caesarstone‘s first conceptual cookbook with recipes by food design studio Arabeschi di Latte and inspired by the elemental concept Caesarstone presented with Tom Dixon during Milan Design Week.
‘Al Freddo’ loosely translated as ‘in the cold’ is a project by an Italian Studio Mathery inspired by occasions where we put the excessive amount of food into our freezers to keep for later.
Israeli artist duo Boris Fabrikant and art-director/graphic designer Natasha Boguslavsky loves to play with cutouts and collages to create a new approach towards their conceptual food photography.
British art director Gem Fletcher and photographer Aaron Tilley worked on these two editorial projects: Space Cakes and Indulgence – Food Weather. The first series for Gourmand shows weather phenomena such as melting glaciers, tsunami or a storm with foods.
Ryan Romanes was commissioned by New York-based barista’s Junia & Joseph to produce 16 images for their new scratch and sniff book; Aromas in Coffee.
ENERGY is a conceptual food photography series based on sources of energy by Buenos Aires-based food stylist Anna Keville Joyce.